Is your phone gone…? Call this number, however, and say where.


Is your phone gone…? Call this number, however, and say where.

Is your phone gone…? Call this number, however, and say where.

in the meantime the use of cell phones has increased. Saw. C. In 2019 the population of this globe was 7 billion but 5 billion cell phones were used! From 1990 to 2019, mobile phone users grew from 12.4 million to 6 billion. So we know that almost every person in the modern world seems to have these mobile phones. They are an essential tool in today's society.


Have you lost your mobile phone? The news that makes you tick, though. The central government has come up with a new strategy for tracking stolen phones. Public sector telecommunications company BSNL has launched an innovative program as a pilot project in collaboration with BSNL.




Is your phone gone…? Call this number, however, and say where.



In the meantime the use of cell phones has increased. Saw. C. In 2019, the population of this globe was 7 billion but 5 billion cell phones were used! From 1990 to 2019, mobile phone users grew from 12.4 million to 6 billion. So we know that almost every person in the modern world seems to have these mobile phones. They are an essential tool in today's society. Have you lost your mobile phone? The news that makes you tick, though. The central government has come up with a new strategy for tracking stolen phones. Public sector telecommunications company BSNL has launched an innovative program as a pilot project in collaboration with BSNL.

Union Minister of Communications Electronics and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad has launched a web portal www.ceir.gov.in for reporting stolen mobiles. It was launched as a pilot project in Maharashtra under the name of Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR) in association with BSNL. The Department of Telecommunications (DOT) has taken steps to address security, theft and other issues, including mobile phones and regrading. The main objectives of the project are to block lost or stolen or stolen mobile phones across all networks, prevent the use of counterfeit International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI), and counterfeit mobile devices.

CEIR is connected to the global IMEI database. This allows detection of duplicate handsets compared to other IMEI numbers in the database. If you lost your phone or someone stole it, file an FIR and then notify the Department of Telecommunications (DOT) via the 14422 helpline. This will quickly dot your phone. So that immediately identifies the person who stole or tried to use the device. And it is unlikely to be used in the future. Mobile Service Providers such as BSNL, Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone and Idea are supporting Dot in this regard.

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